• Drought Response

    SUBSIDISED TRAINING

    FOR DROUGHT AFFECTED FARMERS & BUSINESSES

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  • If only I knew that

    WHEN I STARTED

    THIS BUSINESS IDEA!

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  • Foundation Skills

    BACKYARD & BEYOND

    CAREERS IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS

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  • Construction Careers

    HAND & POWER TOOLS

    FOR HOME PROJECTS

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  • In the community

    CARING CAREERS

    AGED, DISABILITY AND COMMUNITY CARE

    WHAT’S ON

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Welcome to Community College Northern Inland

Our college is a community-based registered training organisation (RTO 90027) with campuses and outreach centres that serve the Northern Inland region of New South Wales. We improve lives by providing leisure and lifestyle workshops, life skills and vocational education and training (VET) to help people connect with their community, develop skills for life and work, break into the workforce, or change and further their careers.




Why our students study with us



Achieve goals

96% of Smart and Skilled students who trained at Community College Northern Inland in 2018 reported they achieved their main reason for training.

Get satisfaction

Smart and Skilled students who trained at Community College Northern Inland in 2018 reported a satisfaction score of 4.09 out of 5.

Reap the rewards

89% of Smart and Skilled students who trained at Community College Northern Inland in 2018 reported they achieved at least one employment benefit.

Grow as a person

96% of Smart and Skilled students who trained at Community College Northern Inland in 2018 reported they achieved at least one personal benefit.


Be inspired by our student stories


  • Kylie’s Story

    Pathways for Rural Students

    Taster courses assist learners to engage with learning while discovering their suitability for a particular industry or role. Read about Kylie’s pathway to success.

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  • Kelsie’s Story

    Pathways for Rural Students

    Traineeships provide the financial support learners need while following their career paths. Read about the traineeship that helped set Kelsie on her learning journey.

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  • Darren’s Story

    Pathways for Rural Students

    Nationally recognised training provides a pathway to a rewarding career. Read about the journey that lead Darren to his latest challenge and find out what fuels his desire to give back.

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  • WE’RE LISTENINGTake the Survey
    Take the survey
    Our recently launched Have Your Say Community Needs Survey is still open. The survey takes less than 5 minutes to complete. The answers you give will help us make your learning space a better place. We’re listening to what you’ve told us so far and we’ve already implemented change based on the things you’ve said. Please take part in this short questionnaire and let us know what you want.

    Have your say

  • STUDENT SUPPORT Your Portal
    Visit the student portal
    Students who enrol with the College automatically have a Student Portal set up for them. The portal is a website that allows students to interact with the college and each other. If you’re a student enrolling with us for the first time we’ll send you an email to allow you to log into the Portal and set your password. Quickly and easily get the information you need about your classes and timetable!

    Visit the Portal

  • LOVE LOCALWhat’s new?
    Get your guide
    Can’t wait to find out what courses and workshops we’re offering in 2020? Download and print your local campus flyer or read the new-look digital flyer online. Pick up your copy in campus or look for it in your letterbox from mid-January. If you want more information about a course or you’re ready to enrol you can find the course you want online.

    READ IT ONLINE